By Carolyn Davis and INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
POSTED: June 21, 2012
If 13-year-old Christian wrote a book about his life, the theme would be this: "No matter what predicament you are in, you can achieve whatever you want. Don't ever let anyone tell you that you can't."
What Christian, now living with a foster family, wants to achieve is what Kevin Mosley has had for nearly 40 years — a family that endures.
The two do not know each other, but they share at least one bond. The matchmaker that helped put the then-2-year-old Mosley together with his adoptive mother is the same one helping Christian find a permanent home.
The Philadelphia-based National Adoption Center ...